About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • TU Delft

    Being one of the three technological universities in the Netherlands, the TU Delft aims at introducing new robot technologies that can work together with humans beyond confined industrial environments.

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  • TU Delft Robotics Institute

    TU Delft Robotics Institute is the leading center for robotics research in the Netherlands. Their aim is to introduce new and original robotics technologies that will enable humans and robots to work together in uncontrolled, unpredictable, real-life…

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  • Eva

    Developed by TU Delft Robotics Institute, Eva is the Health Care Robot. It is a fetch and carry service robot that specializes in effective and interactive communication with humans. Moreover, the robot can perform diverse caring tasks.

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  • DelFFi

    Within the Delfi program, DelFFi is the third satellite project. The project aims at utilizing innovative concepts, reliable methodologies and modern technologies to support the QB50 mission, which is a unique mission based on a global network of fifty…

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  • Socio-Cognitive Robotics

    The Socio Cognitive Robots project of the University of Delft studies the interactions between man and machine. The project studies everything from robotic hardware design to cognitive robot control.

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  • Delfi-n3Xt

    Launched in November 2013, Delfi-n3Xt is a small satellite that aims at facilitating practical education, nanosatellite innovation as well as technology demonstration. The main objective of Delfi-n3Xt is to support and strengthen the goals of the Delfi…

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  • Denise

    Denise is a pneumatically powered walking robot. It uses the concept of passive dynamic walking and is a natural looking biped robot. Denise has bending, extending knees.

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  • Robby

    Designed and developed at the Delft BioRobotics Lab Robby is an affordable service robot. It is capable of performing a variety of tasks, combining high-tech speech recognition, person tracking, object recognition as well as autonomous navigation.

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  • TUlip

    TUlip is a soccer playing humanoid robot created by the Dutch robot soccer team, Dutch Robotics. This lightweight and durable humanoid took part in the Robocup challenge.

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